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Evidence and Innovation in Housing Law and Policy
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No area of law and policy is more central to our well-being than housing, yet research on the topic is too often produced in disciplinary or methodological silos that fail to connect to policy on the ground. This pathbreaking book, which features leading scholars from a range of academic fields, cuts across disciplines to forge new connections in the discourse. In accessible prose filled with cutting-edge ideas, these scholars address topics ranging from the recent financial crisis to discrimination and gentrification and show how housing law and policy impacts household wealth, financial markets, urban landscapes, and local communities. Together, they harness evidence and theory to capture the 'state of play' in housing, generating insights that will be relevant to academics and policymakers alike. This title is also available as Open Access.

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  • Evidence and Innovation in Housing Law and Policy
    pp i-ii
  • Evidence and Innovation in Housing Law and Policy - Title page
    pp iii-iii
  • Copyright page
    pp iv-iv
  • Contents
    pp v-vi
  • Figures
    pp vii-vii
  • Tables
    pp viii-ix
  • Contributors
    pp x-xiii
  • Acknowledgments
    pp xiv-xiv
  • Introduction
    pp 1-10
  • Part I - Housing and the Metropolis: Law and Policy Perspectives
    pp 11-84
  • 2 - How Land Use Law Impedes Transportation Innovation
    pp 38-63
  • 3 - The Unassailable Case against Affordable Housing Mandates
    pp 64-84
  • Part II - Housing as Community: Stability, Change, and Perceptions
    pp 85-174
  • 4 - Balancing the Costs and Benefits of Historic Preservation
    pp 87-107
  • 5 - Historic Preservation and Its Even Less Authentic Alternative
    pp 108-131
  • 7 - How Housing Dynamics Shape Neighborhood Perceptions
    pp 151-174
  • Part III - Housing as Wealth Building: Consumers and Housing Finance
    pp 175-254
  • 8 - Behavioral Leasing: Renter Equity as an Intermediate Housing Form
    pp 177-202
  • 9 - Housing, Mortgages, and Retirement
    pp 203-230
  • Part IV - Housing and the Financial System: Risks and Returns
    pp 255-256
  • 11 - Household Debt and Defaults from 2000 to 2010: The Credit Supply View
    pp 257-288

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